He helped me a lot in my first season.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte expects departing captain John Terry to play beyond the end of the season, despite the former England centre-back hinting he may retire.
But when substitute Cesc Fabregas put away the victor in the 88th minute, the stadium erupted once again in song for Conte, for Terry and for a title that had looked out of reach after a 10th-place finish last season and a shaky start last autumn.
Mourinho won two trophies during his first season in England, with Premier League success complemented by a League Cup triumph.
"It's fun to see teams score three and four goals. but only at this stage of the season".
Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian lead the list of clubs overseas keen on the defender, and Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says Terry is not ready to become a football OAP just yet.
"When you arrive at this moment and your heart, your head and your body tell you continue to play, because you want to play, it's right". "This is the right final for John", Conte stated at a news conference.
Chelsea are now on 90 points from 37 games ahead of their final game against Sunderland on Sunday, while Watford remain 16th on 40 points.
That has allowed the title celebrations to start early in west London, with Conte still looking to end his debut campaign with a league and FA Cup double.
"At the moment I have 13 or 14 players who deserve to play the FA Cup final who are in very good form". The players and I want to reach this target'.
There was an element of good fortune about his goal as Willian's corner was headed by Kurt Zouma on to Terry's back.
Chelsea added to their lead in the 49th minute when Nathan Ake laid it onto a plate for Michy Batshuayi to tap-in from inside six yards as they sought to win their 29th league game of their title-winning season.
Conte, meanwhile, feigned offence after being told that striker Diego Costa, who was an unused substitute, had visited the buffet in the media room at half-time. Now we have target to win 30 games.
Watford's Sebastian Prodl was sent off in injury time after a reckless challenge on Pedro brought a second yellow card from referee Lee Mason.
There were a couple of scuffles and arguments between players, including suggestions of a disagreement between Okaka and Troy Deeney.
He said: 'He must think to give me a bit of chocolate cake to share.
"To me that team will take some beating".